Mike Gregory Photo Terry Scriver and Ron Maddin are served turkey by volunteers Linda Gold and Brenda Frith at last year’s dinner.

LRCA’s Christmas Turkey Dinner on Saturday at Aggie Hall

The annual Christmas Turkey Dinner for the less fortunate in the Ladysmith community will take place on Saturday, Dec. 16.

The event is at Aggie Hall and organized by the Ladysmith Resources Centre Association soup kitchen.

Dinner and activities start at 6:00pm. Councillor Rob Hutchins will be the MC for the evening.

Organizers are expecting 200 people, the Nanaimo Community Band and over 30 volunteers.

The event is free but tickets must be picked up at the Soup Kitchen, Coats 4 Folks or the Food Bank prior to the 15th.

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